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Ronald Burton

Title(s)Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography Department
SchoolVc-marine Sciences
Address9500 Gilman Drive #0202
La Jolla CA 92093
Phone8/8-22--5784
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    1. Strong selective effects of mitochondrial DNA on the nuclear genome. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2020 03 24; 117(12):6616-6621. Healy TM, Burton RS. PMID: 32156736.
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    2. Efficacy of metabarcoding for identification of fish eggs evaluated with mock communities. Ecol Evol. 2020 Apr; 10(7):3463-3476. Duke EM, Burton RS. PMID: 32274002.
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    3. Consequences of HSF knockdown on gene expression during the heat shock response in Tigriopus californicus. J Exp Biol. 2020 02 05; 223(Pt 3). Harada AE, Burton RS. PMID: 31915203.
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    4. Variation in developmental temperature alters adulthood plasticity of thermal tolerance in Tigriopus californicus. J Exp Biol. 2019 11 13; 222(Pt 22). Healy TM, Bock AK, Burton RS. PMID: 31597734.
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    5. Variation in Thermal Tolerance and Its Relationship to Mitochondrial Function Across Populations of Tigriopus californicus. Front Physiol. 2019; 10:213. Harada AE, Healy TM, Burton RS. PMID: 30930787.
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    6. Ecologically Relevant Temperature Ramping Rates Enhance the Protective Heat Shock Response in an Intertidal Ectotherm. Physiol Biochem Zool. 2019 Mar/Apr; 92(2):152-162. Harada AE, Burton RS. PMID: 30694107.
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    7. Genomic scans reveal multiple mito-nuclear incompatibilities in population crosses of the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Evolution. 2019 03; 73(3):609-620. Lima TG, Burton RS, Willett CS. PMID: 30675905.
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    8. Assessing the fitness consequences of mitonuclear interactions in natural populations. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc. 2019 06; 94(3):1089-1104. Hill GE, Havird JC, Sloan DB, Burton RS, Greening C, Dowling DK. PMID: 30588726.
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    9. Individual Culturing of Tigriopus Copepods and Quantitative Analysis of Their Mate-guarding Behavior. J Vis Exp. 2018 09 26; (139). Tsuboko-Ishii S, Burton RS. PMID: 30320760.
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    10. Multiple Modes of Adaptation: Regulatory and Structural Evolution in a Small Heat Shock Protein Gene. Mol Biol Evol. 2018 09 01; 35(9):2110-2119. Tangwancharoen S, Moy GW, Burton RS. PMID: 30020488.
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    11. Genomic signatures of mitonuclear coevolution across populations of Tigriopus californicus. Nat Ecol Evol. 2018 08; 2(8):1250-1257. Barreto FS, Watson ET, Lima TG, Willett CS, Edmands S, Li W, Burton RS. PMID: 29988158.
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    12. Standing out from the crowd: Spotting your targets in a mixed plankton sample. Mol Ecol Resour. 2017 11; 17(6):1105-1107. Harada AE, Burton RS. PMID: 29152915.
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    13. Sex-specific rejection in mate-guarding pair formation in the intertidal copepod, Tigriopus californicus. PLoS One. 2017; 12(8):e0183758. Tsuboko-Ishii S, Burton RS. PMID: 28832683.
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    14. Adaptation to a latitudinal thermal gradient within a widespread copepod species: the contributions of genetic divergence and phenotypic plasticity. Proc Biol Sci. 2017 Apr 26; 284(1853). Pereira RJ, Sasaki MC, Burton RS. PMID: 28446698.
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    15. Genomic evidence for ecological divergence against a background of population homogeneity in the marine snail Chlorostoma funebralis. Mol Ecol. 2016 Aug; 25(15):3557-73. Gleason LU, Burton RS. PMID: 27199218.
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    16. Transcriptome-wide patterns of divergence during allopatric evolution. Mol Ecol. 2016 04; 25(7):1478-93. Pereira RJ, Barreto FS, Pierce NT, Carneiro M, Burton RS. PMID: 26859844.
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    17. Monitoring Spawning Activity in a Southern California Marine Protected Area Using Molecular Identification of Fish Eggs. PLoS One. 2015; 10(8):e0134647. Harada AE, Lindgren EA, Hermsmeier MC, Rogowski PA, Terrill E, Burton RS. PMID: 26308928.
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    18. RNA-seq reveals regional differences in transcriptome response to heat stress in the marine snail Chlorostoma funebralis. Mol Ecol. 2015 Feb; 24(3):610-27. Gleason LU, Burton RS. PMID: 25524431.
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    19. Reverse genetics in the tide pool: knock-down of target gene expression via RNA interference in the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Mol Ecol Resour. 2015 Jul; 15(4):868-79. Barreto FS, Schoville SD, Burton RS. PMID: 25487181.
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    20. Hybrid dysfunction and physiological compensation in gene expression. Mol Biol Evol. 2015 Mar; 32(3):613-22. Barreto FS, Pereira RJ, Burton RS. PMID: 25415967.
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    21. Ecological novelty by hybridization: experimental evidence for increased thermal tolerance by transgressive segregation in Tigriopus californicus. Evolution. 2014 Jan; 68(1):204-15. Pereira RJ, Barreto FS, Burton RS. PMID: 24372605.
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    22. Unexpected genetic differentiation between recently recolonized populations of a long-lived and highly vagile marine mammal. Ecol Evol. 2013 Oct; 3(11):3701-12. Bonin CA, Goebel ME, Forcada J, Burton RS, Hoffman JI. PMID: 24198934.
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    23. Elevated oxidative damage is correlated with reduced fitness in interpopulation hybrids of a marine copepod. Proc Biol Sci. 2013 Sep 22; 280(1767):20131521. Barreto FS, Burton RS. PMID: 23902912.
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    24. Evaluating the performance of captive breeding techniques for conservation hatcheries: a case study of the delta smelt captive breeding program. J Hered. 2013 Jan-Feb; 104(1):92-104. Fisch KM, Ivy JA, Burton RS, May B. PMID: 23125405.
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    25. A disproportionate role for mtDNA in Dobzhansky-Muller incompatibilities? Mol Ecol. 2012 Oct; 21(20):4942-57. Burton RS, Barreto FS. PMID: 22994153.
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    26. Evidence for compensatory evolution of ribosomal proteins in response to rapid divergence of mitochondrial rRNA. Mol Biol Evol. 2013 Feb; 30(2):310-4. Barreto FS, Burton RS. PMID: 22993236.
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    27. Investigating the molecular basis of local adaptation to thermal stress: population differences in gene expression across the transcriptome of the copepod Tigriopus californicus. BMC Evol Biol. 2012 Sep 05; 12:170. Schoville SD, Barreto FS, Moy GW, Wolff A, Burton RS. PMID: 22950661.
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    28. Diversifying selection underlies the origin of allozyme polymorphism at the phosphoglucose isomerase locus in Tigriopus californicus. PLoS One. 2012; 7(6):e40035. Schoville SD, Flowers JM, Burton RS. PMID: 22768211.
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    29. A gene-based SNP resource and linkage map for the copepod Tigriopus californicus. BMC Genomics. 2011 Nov 21; 12:568. Foley BR, Rose CG, Rundle DE, Leong W, Moy GW, Burton RS, Edmands S. PMID: 22103327.
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    30. High-throughput molecular identification of fish eggs using multiplex suspension bead arrays. Mol Ecol Resour. 2012 Jan; 12(1):57-66. Gleason LU, Burton RS. PMID: 21831139.
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    31. Interpopulation hybridization results in widespread viability selection across the genome in Tigriopus californicus. BMC Genet. 2011 Jun 03; 12:54. Pritchard VL, Dimond L, Harrison JS, S Velázquez CC, Zieba JT, Burton RS, Edmands S. PMID: 21639918.
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    32. Interpopulation patterns of divergence and selection across the transcriptome of the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Mol Ecol. 2011 Feb; 20(3):560-72. Barreto FS, Moy GW, Burton RS. PMID: 21199025.
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    33. Dynamics of marine bacterial and phytoplankton populations using multiplex liquid bead array technology. Environ Microbiol. 2010 Apr; 12(4):975-89. Mayali X, Palenik B, Burton RS. PMID: 20105218.
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    34. Cytonuclear conflict in interpopulation hybrids: the role of RNA polymerase in mtDNA transcription and replication. J Evol Biol. 2010 Mar; 23(3):528-38. Ellison CK, Burton RS. PMID: 20070459.
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    35. Genotype-dependent variation of mitochondrial transcriptional profiles in interpopulation hybrids. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2008 Oct 14; 105(41):15831-6. Ellison CK, Burton RS. PMID: 18843106.
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    36. Isolation and cross-amplification of microsatellites in pink abalone (Haliotis corrugata). Mol Ecol Resour. 2008 May; 8(3):701-3. Díaz-Viloria N, Pérez-Enríquez R, Fiore-Amaral G, Burton RS, Cruz P. PMID: 21585876.
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    37. Interpopulation hybrid breakdown maps to the mitochondrial genome. Evolution. 2008 Mar; 62(3):631-8. Ellison CK, Burton RS. PMID: 18081717.
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    38. Three divergent mitochondrial genomes from California populations of the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Gene. 2007 Nov 15; 403(1-2):53-9. Burton RS, Byrne RJ, Rawson PD. PMID: 17855023.
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    39. The sorry state of F2 hybrids: consequences of rapid mitochondrial DNA evolution in allopatric populations. Am Nat. 2006 Dec; 168 Suppl 6:S14-24. Burton RS, Ellison CK, Harrison JS. PMID: 17109325.
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    40. Disruption of mitochondrial function in interpopulation hybrids of Tigriopus californicus. Evolution. 2006 Jul; 60(7):1382-91. Ellison CK, Burton RS. PMID: 16929655.
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    41. Molecular evolution at the cytochrome oxidase subunit 2 gene among divergent populations of the intertidal copepod, Tigriopus californicus. J Mol Evol. 2006 Jun; 62(6):753-64. Rawson PD, Burton RS. PMID: 16752213.
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    42. Ribosomal RNA gene silencing in interpopulation hybrids of Tigriopus californicus: nucleolar dominance in the absence of intergenic spacer subrepeats. Genetics. 2006 Jul; 173(3):1479-86. Flowers JM, Burton RS. PMID: 16648582.
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    43. Tracing hybrid incompatibilities to single amino acid substitutions. Mol Biol Evol. 2006 Mar; 23(3):559-64. Harrison JS, Burton RS. PMID: 16280539.
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    44. Unusual structure of ribosomal DNA in the copepod Tigriopus californicus: intergenic spacer sequences lack internal subrepeats. Gene. 2005 Jan 03; 344:105-13. Burton RS, Metz EC, Flowers JM, Willett CS. PMID: 15656977.
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    45. Evolution of interacting proteins in the mitochondrial electron transport system in a marine copepod. Mol Biol Evol. 2004 Mar; 21(3):443-53. Willett CS, Burton RS. PMID: 14660687.
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    46. Environmental influences on epistatic interactions: viabilities of cytochrome c genotypes in interpopulation crosses. Evolution. 2003 Oct; 57(10):2286-92. Willett CS, Burton RS. PMID: 14628916.
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    47. Characterization of the glutamate dehydrogenase gene and its regulation in a euryhaline copepod. Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol. 2003 Aug; 135(4):639-46. Willett CS, Burton RS. PMID: 12892755.
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    48. Functional coadaptation between cytochrome c and cytochrome c oxidase within allopatric populations of a marine copepod. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2002 Oct 01; 99(20):12955-8. Rawson PD, Burton RS. PMID: 12271133.
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    49. Proline biosynthesis genes and their regulation under salinity stress in the euryhaline copepod Tigriopus californicus. Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol. 2002 Aug; 132(4):739-50. Willett CS, Burton RS. PMID: 12128060.
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    50. The recruitment sweepstakes has many winners: genetic evidence from the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Evolution. 2002 Jul; 56(7):1445-53. Flowers JM, Schroeter SC, Burton RS. PMID: 12206244.
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    51. Viability of cytochrome c genotypes depends on cytoplasmic backgrounds in Tigriopus californicus. Evolution. 2001 Aug; 55(8):1592-9. Willett CS, Burton RS. PMID: 11580018.
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    52. Natural selection and the evolution of mtDNA-encoded peptides: evidence for intergenomic co-adaptation. Trends Genet. 2001 Jul; 17(7):400-6. Blier PU, Dufresne F, Burton RS. PMID: 11418221.
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    53. Isolation and characterization of cytochrome c from the marine copepod Tigriopus californicus. Gene. 2000 May 02; 248(1-2):15-22. Rawson PD, Brazeau DA, Burton RS. PMID: 10806346.
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    54. CYTOCHROME C OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN INTERPOPULATION HYBRIDS OF A MARINE COPEPOD: A TEST FOR NUCLEAR-NUCLEAR OR NUCLEAR-CYTOPLASMIC COADAPTATION. Evolution. 1999 Dec; 53(6):1972-1978. Edmands S, Burton RS. PMID: 28565439.
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    55. INTRASPECIFIC PHYLOGEOGRAPHY ACROSS THE POINT CONCEPTION BIOGEOGRAPHIC BOUNDARY. Evolution. 1998 Jun; 52(3):734-745. Burton RS. PMID: 28565261.
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    56. GENETIC EVIDENCE FOR LONG TERM PERSISTENCE OF MARINE INVERTEBRATE POPULATIONS IN AN EPHEMERAL ENVIRONMENT. Evolution. 1997 Jun; 51(3):993-998. Burton RS. PMID: 28568568.
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    57. Nuclear and mitochondrial gene genealogies and allozyme polymorphism across a major phylogeographic break in the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 1994 May 24; 91(11):5197-201. Burton RS, Lee BN. PMID: 7910968.
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    58. VARIATION IN ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY AND FLOOD TOLERANCE IN WHITE CLOVER, TRIFOLIUM REPENS. Evolution. 1992 Jun; 46(3):721-734. Chan JWY, Burton RS. PMID: 28568673.
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    59. HYBRID BREAKDOWN IN DEVELOPMENTAL TIME IN THE COPEPOD TIGRIOPUS CALIFORNICUS. Evolution. 1990 Nov; 44(7):1814-1822. Burton RS. PMID: 28567806.
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    60. HYBRID BREAKDOWN IN PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE: A MECHANISTIC APPROACH. Evolution. 1990 Nov; 44(7):1806-1813. Burton RS. PMID: 28567810.
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    61. DIFFERENTIATION AND INTEGRATION OF THE GENOME IN POPULATIONS OF THE MARINE COPEPOD TIGRIOPUS CALIFORNICUS. Evolution. 1987 May; 41(3):504-513. Burton RS. PMID: 28563800.
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    62. Evolution of selective neutrality: further considerations. Genetics. 1986 Nov; 114(3):1033-9. Burton RS, Place AR. PMID: 3792823.
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    63. Population structure of the intertidal copepod Tigriopus californicus as revealed by field manipulation of allele frequencies. Oecologia. 1984 Dec; 65(1):108-111. Burton RS, Swisher SG. PMID: 28312118.
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    64. Genetics of mitochondrial glutamate-oxaloacetate transaminase (GOT-2) in Tigriopus californicus. Biochem Genet. 1984 Apr; 22(3-4):339-47. Dill MM, Burton RS. PMID: 6732750.
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    65. Physiological effects of an allozyme polymorphism: glutamate-pyruvate transaminase and response to hyperosmotic stress in the copepod Tigriopus californicus. Biochem Genet. 1983 Apr; 21(3-4):239-51. Burton RS, Feldman MW. PMID: 6860293.
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    66. Linkage relationships among five enzyme-coding gene loci in the copepod Tigriopus californicus: a genetic confirmation of achiasmiatic meiosis. Biochem Genet. 1981 Dec; 19(11-12):1237-45. Burton RS, Feldman MW, Swisher SG. PMID: 6461328.
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    67. POPULATION GENETICS OF TIGRIOPUS CALIFORNICUS. II. DIFFERENTIATION AMONG NEIGHBORING POPULATIONS. Evolution. 1981 Nov; 35(6):1192-1205. Burton RS, Feldman MW. PMID: 28563405.
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